Kodak Tri-X 400 (35 mm)
Shot on Leica IIIF + Canon Serenar 50mm F/1.8
Tap water at 68 degrees for about a minute.
Kodak HC-110 (1:63) with filtered water with a total time of 12:30 @ 68 degrees. 1:00 agitation at beginning and 15 second agitation at start of every 2:00 interval. 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, etc...
High quality filtered H20 @ 68 degrees for a 0:20 agitation, total time of 1:00
Kodak Pro mixed with filtered water for 5:00 with 30 second agitation every 30 seconds.
0:30 H20 agitation then dump.
5:00 H20 overflow.
1:00 agitation with Kodak Photo-flo.
Things I did differently: I shot Tri-X, mixed new fixer with filtered water, unofficial dilution H (1:63) with a long dev time, semi-stand development, only agitating every 2 minutes. Then I scanned the film in no holder with ANR glass over the film to keep it flat.
Finer grain, clearer photos, sharper edges, greater gradients. Im for it.